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Client Manager-Healthcare Providers

Xerox Austin, TX

• Lead Account Based Planning (ABP) to plan, forecast, and secure results, including aligned delivery. • Lead development of business case… Xerox

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Xerox Chairman and CEO Ursula M. Burns
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    It doesn't pay to stay - zero loyalty to long term employees

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    Current Employee - Finance Manager in Austin, TX
    Current Employee - Finance Manager in Austin, TX

    I have been working at Xerox


    Well-known company and some positions can work from home.


    The longer you stay the further you get from a market-value salary. The only way to get a raise is to move positions within the company. OR quit and then get re-hired. Too much corporate infrastructure, RIF employees then allow a program like "Presidents club" for lavish vacations paid for by Xerox. Moved majority of US accounting and finance jobs oversea's to lower wages countries then claim its not to "save money". Every year there are RIF's and Furlough so that Xerox can "afford" to give raises "next year" which never comes about.
    New management style is to demote people and then boast about how everyone is now in-line with market-value of their titles.
    Zero work-life balance. Expected to give everything in return for the bare minimum of reward.

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    Retention programs needed for long term employees;
    Make work/life balance a priority

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